Celtic Shaman

Blog URL:http://elensentier.wordpress.com/
Blog Tags:celtic, shaman, writer, teacher, art, biodynamic, gardening, organic, mystery

This blog is about my life and work as a writer, artisit, biodynamic gardener and Celtic Shaman.



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Yesterday was another epic session but very gentle compared with the north veg hedge, no Lovely Lisa problems to trip me up; I’ve noticed myself beginning each task with, “I wonder what that damned woman has got for me this time?”. Not good, do...

I done it! It was harder than I hoped it would be, mostly because of the stupid woman who was my predecessor here. She really does amaze me. i set off with the mattock to clear the nettles and stuff out of the back of the bed against the north hedge...

I took the day off from gardening on Saturday, worth it as I felt much better – my get-up-and-go had got-up-and-went LOL. We’re all still well here at Bryngwyn, and the self-isolation is going well. As we chose to live in the middle of no...

Veg Gardening …

on Mar 29, 2020 in: Gardening

I dare say this will be an ongoing saga but at last I’ve made a beginning. Once I’d got the Hot Garden cleared and began planting it up the urge to get on with the veg beds became overwhelming! Resistance was futile … I gave in and...

The Hot Garden

on Mar 28, 2020 in: Gardening

Some like it hot, so the Lady said … and my husband is one of those. In garden terms, that is! He loves warm-to-hot weather and being able to sit out in it. Our front door faces due south and the area around it is ideal as a warm sitting-spot.

Confession Time

on Mar 26, 2020

Originally posted on jojukes: I’ve got a confession to make. It feels a bit like a guilty secret but I’m going to confess that in this time of fear and lock down, I’m actually feeling more relaxed, content and at peace than I have b...

As Ursula le Guin said in Left Hand of Darkness, It’s good to have an end to journey to but it’s the journey that matters in the end. And the apprenticeship is a wonderful journey. As the Oracle at Delphi said, “Know thyself”, and the appren...